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Comment: Re:Economists may disagree on the macro results, b (Score 0) 1040

by CFBMoo1 (#47153269) Attached to: Seattle Approves $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage

"3. The price of burgers and lattes will go up."

Tell me how this is a bad thing since that stuff helps contribute to the national obesity rate? People out of work because they can't sell fattening foods to other Americans from places like McDonald's? Oh the horror, people are going to be forced to healthier food choices and actually have to work to prepare a meal to save money.

Comment: Mazes... (Score 1) 172

by CFBMoo1 (#46937685) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Beginner To Intermediate Programming Projects?

And by mazes I mean mazes that can make your Nethack/Rogue happy bits twitch. Out of boredom I started making a cave and dungeon generator like the one Nethack/Rogue has. Here's the resources I used to put together what I have so far in Java.

Topic in General



Procedural Content Generation Wiki

BSP Dungeon Generation

Use one of the examples those places provides or do like I did and strike out on your own method to solve the problem of cave and dungeon building. I got a cave screen shot of one test generation.

My Cave Generator Output

Comment: I feel like my mother... (Score 1) 688

by CFBMoo1 (#46877385) Attached to: Firefox 29: Redesign

When I switched my mother from XP to Windows 7 she had a heck of a time finding where things worked and how they worked again. This UI change that is spreading all over the software world to make things more touchy feely like is really not sitting well with me when I use it on a non-touchy feely desktop. Part of me is glad that I kept my mother on IE at this point even though IE is bullet riddled with issues of it's own. The UI is at least somewhat consistent to the desktop for the most part on Windows 7.

NOWPRINT. NOWPRINT. Clemclone, back to the shadows again. - The Firesign Theater